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the greatest effect, good or barksd on the american economy out of the key u.s. financial leaders, ben bernanke, tim geithner and larry summers. the great majority of your votes were not surprisingly for ben bernanke. some says he was brilliant and deserving of a medal of honor. others like josh of new york thought bernanke's actions were detrimental by bringing interest rates down to near zero he has set the stage for roaring inflation. one member said it wasn't any member of them that deserves credit, it was, quote, the hard working people who pay full taxes. this week i want to know on a scale of one to ten how likely you think it is that we will see a resolution of the palestini palestinian-israeli conflict in the next ten years. let me know what you think. please don't forget to include your name and where you live. we like to know who is watching and give credit where it's due. as always, i would like to recommend a book. it's called "come back america: turning the country around and restoring fiscal responsibility." it's about what everybody was talking about in davos last week and washi
, on the american economy out of the troyka of key u.s. financial leaders, ben bernanke, timothy geithner, and larry summers. the great majority of your votes were not surprisingly for ben bernanke. some saying he was brilliant and deserving of a medal of honor. others like josh sitterowitz of new york thought bernanke's actions were detrimental. "by bringing interest rates down to near zero, he has set the stage for roaring inflation." and one member said it wasn't member of that troyka who deserve credit for saving the american economy, it was the people who pay taxes. this week, i want to know how likely it is that we'll see a resolution of the israe israeli/palestinian conflict in the text ten years. don't forget to give your name and where you live. also, as always, i would like to recommend a book. it's called "come back, america." turning the country around and restoring fiscal responsibility. it's about what everybody was talking about in davos last week and in washington this week. america's crushing governmental debt. president obama's new budget forecasts an astounding $1.6 trillion defic
to come back into a government position and i know ben bernanke and hank paulson are well-known for this. could you talk a little bit about that in any ideas on how that could be stopped through laws or voter action or anything? >> i'm glad you reminded me about the revolving door. i see this happening. i see my friends do this. they dress like me when they are working on capitol hill and i see them two years later and they have really nice suits with a french cuff and offer to buy lunch. the left the capitol to up working for congress and a lobbying firm hired them because they knew that when the friend then calls his old underling on capitol hill to say hey i just want to talk to you about the farm bill, that his old boss or his old bosses colleagues are going to take the call and that is the revolving door. barack obama's said literally, i'm going to stop the revolving door. is white house chief of staff, rahm emanuel-- there is not, as the word for rahm emanuel because welby was working on the campaign is a chief fund-raiser he was getting paid by goldman sachs as a consultant at the
that as a new member, i sat as many of my colleagues did when we got a call from secretary paulson and bernanke in saying this guy was-- and we had to react in two days. so sometimes depending upon the issue of the reaction has to be different. babbitt you or do you not agree with the testimony of mr. scovell which are not just limited to rulemaking and now i have a minute and 47 seconds. >> in 15 seconds i get an a-plus on milestones for professionalism. training i get an incomplete and i get a b on fatigue. >> do you agree with his assessment? >> i agree with some of his assessments. >> look forward to your immediate reaction to them and i would say, i would rather see you come to us and be creative in think out of the box and maybe have to figure out how we can do things differently because i think the confidence of the american public is reducing every day that we delay, and i think there is room for us to think creatively and do it different and i look forward to helping you. >> thank you very much. i appreciate that. >> i thank the gentlelady and that recognize the gentleman from ohio, mr
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